Welcome to Dockside!
Dockside Co-op welcomes medical cannabis patients in a comfortable and respectful atmosphere. Qualified patients receive a brief complimentary personal consultation to help determine the best options for treatment.
Medical cannabis products for all your needs
Dockside offers a wide variety of medicines including cannabis, tinctures, infused edibles and topical products. For those seeking wellness without intoxication we also carry many CBD-rich medicines. All products are tested for safety (microbial contamination screen) and potency to ensure that patients receive the best medicine possible.
Trusted by the community
Dockside Co-op was founded in 2011 with the mission of providing patients with a reliable selection of high-quality products in a safe, professional environment. Located in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood, Dockside is committed to serving Washington State’s medical cannabis community in strict compliance with RCW.6951A.
Leaders and advocates
Dockside is an active member of leading state and national organizations promoting the growth of a responsible and legitimate cannabis industry including:
- The National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA) – a national trade association advancing the interests of the legitimate and responsible cannabis industry
- Coalition of Cannabis Standards and Ethics (CCSE) – a non-profit organization whose focus is safe and compliant access for everyone in Washington State
- Americans for Safe Access (ASA) – a national organization with a mission of ensuring safe and legal access to cannabis for therapeutic uses and research
We're PFC Certified
Dockside Co-op is the first Patient Focused Certified (PFC) access point in Washington State and the 3rd PFC access point in the nation. PFC is a third-party certification for the medical cannabis industry offered by Americans for Safe Access (ASA). This voluntary certification is the only industry certification based on new quality standards for medical cannabis products and businesses issued by American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) and American Herbal Pharmacopeia (AHP), which promote the responsible use and commerce of health-related herbal products. The certification process, overseen by a review board of scientists, doctors, and industry and regulatory experts, includes a scheduled physical audit, a staff training audit, required implementation of a complaint process and at least one unannounced audit annually.